Based in Shanghai, Yongs Gift offers gifts and gift baskets delivery service throughout China. Unlike some other websites that put fake photos/descriptions and send receiver's totally different items, we send as it described and shown.
We were rated #1 gift baskets company in China by 中华礼品杂志 (China Gift Magazine).
We are a reliable and reputable reprehensive for international online gift stores. We have been delivering in China for them for years.
Our products also appear in the following high-end department stores and shops in Shanghai:
Yongs Gift is headquartered in Shanghai specializing in gift baskets making, selling and delivery service in China. Our products include Gourmet Basket, Wine Basket, Fruit Basket, Corporate Baskets and Children Basket and etc. All ingredients used in our products are hand-picked and the baskets are all hand wrapped with beautiful packing materials. We use only the finest ingredients and top brands, so the quality is assured and satisfaction is guaranteed. We also provide custom-made gifts, whatever your needs are, we are able to customize it to best suits your needs and budget.
Tips: How to choose a food gift basket to send to a Chinese citizen?
Due to different food culture between the East and the West, a food gift basket sending to a Chinese citizen may have different food contents.
1. Cheese Product
Chinese and most Eastern Asia people don’t eat or eat very little cheese. Unlike in Western counties, cheese is a main diary food in daily life, Chinese have no tradition of eating cheese, and cheese isn't popular in Korea, Japan, Thailand, or Vietnam, either.
2. Oliver Oil
Why Oliver oil is a decent gift in China? China is estimated to be the biggest importer for olive oil in 2012; the most important reason is its fame of health oil. In China, olive oil is widely regarded as health oil and concept of health food product is a traditional advantage of imported food product in China. Health imported oil like olive oil is usually better packed with relatively high price which makes it a perfect choice of a gift.
Although tea is still a main daily beverage in China, more and more Chinese young generations have started to enjoy coffee that is added with milk and sugar, that’s why 90% Chinese coffee drinkers only drink instant coffee.
4. Pasta and Spaghetti
Pasta and Spaghetti can be a very interesting and creative gift sending to a Chinese person. According to the survey, the most acceptable and most popular western food among Chinese people is Pasta (they call it Italian Noodles) as its flavors and tastes are similar as their own food. Since people seldom buy pasta and spaghetti by themselves, sending them a pasta gift can be fun.